The Quirky Koala

I think I may have fallen down the Koala hole. Okay, the Koala Quest hole. Kaolaquest.com is self- defined as The World’s Fuzziest Search Engine and I stumbled over it while reading an article which referenced the website. This was so similar in the way the enjoyable Quora.com dropped into my lap; I needed to … More The Quirky Koala

60 Things Part II

Two years ago, I acknowledged my 60th birthday with a list of 60 Things That I’ve Discovered so far. I thought that it would be a good time to revisit this fun post and add a few more to the list. The initial list of 60 Things can be found HERE: 61. Don’t try Wordle … More 60 Things Part II

Love at First Byte

I will always remember my first home computer.  It was an AST; an acronym for the company’s three founders Albert, Safi and Thomas who were one of the first to enter the PC market. The year was 1995. As soon as we picked it up from the store, I dove into the box, removing hardware … More Love at First Byte

The Sky’s the Limit

Bloganuary Challenge Prompt: What is a superpower you’d love to have? A friend once told me that I was a fanatic when it came to the subject of weather, and she wasn’t wrong. The way I’ve referenced the polar vortex, thundersnow or straight-line winds, it’s possible that I may have been a radio or television … More The Sky’s the Limit

The Quora Experiment

Since the advent of the internet, users have been turning to search engines to quickly find the answer to a steady stream of questions. “Hey Google, how old is Whoopi Goldberg?” (65) “Who won the World Series in 2016?” (The Chicago Cubs) “What day of the week does Christmas fall on this year?” (Saturday). I … More The Quora Experiment